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The C41 Magazine, Nadia Lee Cohen edition. Fifty unique, hand signed, numbered and double doodled magazine covers. MENDO has five copies.
The Stockholm-based luxury fashion brand unveils an editorial book that highlights images from the Acne Paper archive and notable contributors to the magazine. Limited edition.
Current magazine: Issue N°Hope is an immerse anthology of stories based on the three stages we're currently living in: distortion of our time, hope and what's on the horizon.
Issue 45 of your favourite sneaker magazine. The cover star of Issue 45 is a world-first preview of the Joe Freshgoods x New Balance 990v3 collaboration.
Issue 02 of Poster Boy Magazine. A visual quarterly print poster magazine that features six male models shot in a new, classic contemporary mode.
A reprinted edition eight years after the magazine’s first monograph dedicated to Vincent Van Duysen, featuring the Belgian architect’s latest work.
Reviving a lost classic, A Magazine presents a limited-edition reprint of A Magazine Curated By Maison Martin Margiela (2004), nearly two decades after its original release.
Sneaker Freaker is back with Issue 44. The cover story is the Virgil Abloh-designed Louis Vuitton X408.
The Hero Winter Annual 2020 – featuring Royal Ballet principal dancer Matthew Ball on the cover, in conversation with renowned artistic director Paul Lightfoot.
The first comprehensive collection of Nest, the magazine that revolutionized the way we look at interior space and decoration.
512 Words (& some pictures). The new photo zine by Blondey, age 23. A love (for life) story for 2020.
Sixteen magazines take on the classic Valentino Garavani VLogo. Each creative team was given free rein to interpret the logo as they saw fit.
Issue 43 of your favourite sneaker magazine. The cover story reveals the ‘Air Dior’ Jordan 1 which is going to set the bar higher than ever for unobtainium desirability and reseller madness.
P Nº7: Primal manifests different expressions of beauty, sensuality, and human nature.
The much-anticipated book from one of the most sought-after art directors in the world, showcasing 30+ years of his talent.
For the second Grand Opening publication, the independent publisher invited Eindhoven-based OFFFENCE Collective.
Self Service 1994-2019, The Ads. More than 300 fashion ads from 25 years of Self Service in this one book.
The first publication from Amsterdam-based publisher Grand Opening. Featuring multidisciplinary artist Aldo van den Broek and his castle Lab Kalkhorst.
Self Service issue 50 celebrates the 25-year existence of the iconic French fashion magazine.
This monster anthology combines Sneaker Freaker’s finest content, and content created exclusively for the book into one seriously epic celebration of sneakers.
With more than 300 photographs and an eclectic mix of subjects like François Halard, Glenn O’Brien, Florence Welch, Paz de la Huerta, and more, the book is an inspiring look at individual design choices.
A chronicle of Grace Coddington's formative years at Vogue, now available as a jacketed paperback.
Weir’s newest project traverses the body and its oddities, from its inherent sensuality to its biological logistics.
For their 25th anniversary issue, Purple celebrates the artists and models who incarnated the spirit of the magazine through their style, attitude, and personality.
Inspirational interviews with 28 world-renowned designers and architects shed light on the experiences that have influenced their lives and work.
The next generation of Parisian interior designers curated by the editors of French Architectural Digest.
Celebrating five years and ten issues of Hunger Magazine, launched by photographer and publisher Rankin in 2011.
An extraordinary journey into underground culture from visionary publisher Jefferson Hack.
Charismatic, compelling and trendsetting, 69 of the world’s most influential and creative men presented by cult style-bible Fantastic Man.
A Century of Style celebrates the greatest moments in fashion, beauty and portrait photography. Illustrated throughout with well-known images.
Avedon’s most indelible images for Dior from the '40s through ’70s, including many never-before-published photographs.